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Akira, The Linux Design Tool

A project in Vancouver, Canada by Alessandro Castellani
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Status: Active

UX/UI Design application for Linux
Backers: 510
Average Daily Pledges: $609 CAD
Average Pledge Per Backer: $38 CAD

Funding: $19,503 CAD of $65,000 CAD
Dates: Jan 16th -> Mar 4th (47 days)
Project By: Alessandro Castellani
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Latest News

Akira on the Advance Tech Podcast

February 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello amazing Open Source believers. Just a quick message to share some updates and exciting news. Podcast Interview While the team is busy prototyping a kick-ass canvas library to bake into Akira, Alessandro was a guest in the Advance Tech Podcast.... (Read More)

Akira around the world

February 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Akira is getting a lot of attention around the world! 400 amazing people who believe in Open Source and want better tools on Linux already joined the campaign, and more people are coming thanks to some outstanding coverage we're getting from various... (Read More)

Akira Teaser Trailer

February 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Are you wondering how Akira will actually look like? How it will work, react, and behave? Here's a teaser trailer of what you can expect from our first awesome release.  (Read More)

20% and 326 awesome people

February 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Akira reached 20% of the funding. Some may say is not enough and the project will fail. I say, 20% in the first 10 days is pretty spectacular and we still have a month to go! Many amazing things are coming out this weekend. We're getting close to... (Read More)

Akira on Libre Graphics World

January 29th - via: kickstarter.com
This week, I got the pleasure of getting interviewed on the Libre Graphics World blog. The questions were really direct and I loved the in-depth analysis of the author trying to understand the project and list its pros and cons. If you want to learn... (Read More)

The Linux Experiment - Akira video review

January 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Nick from The Linux Experiment did a video review of the campaign and a quick walk through of Akira. I find this video really important as it lists all the fundamental reasons why we need an app like Akira available for Linux.  (Read More)

Akira on the Ubuntu Blog

January 25th - via: kickstarter.com
While the whole team is busy working on some Canvas prototype and a final Header Bar style, Akira keeps bumping in the news with much needed love from some really amazing people. The Ubuntu blog featured a detailed walk-through on how to build a Snap... (Read More)

Akira on Linux UNPLUGGED

January 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey awesome Linux supporters, how's your day going? Right now, we're a little over 10% with our campaign, and while we're preparing assets and visual prototypes to showcase Akira and set up a strict development roadmap, we're also super busy trying... (Read More)

Day 1, what a start!

January 18th - via: kickstarter.com
A somehow promising and bumpy beginning The first day of the fundraising campaign is over, and we're already a little over 4%, which it doesn't seem much, but it's actually pretty incredible. The average response has been pretty positive and the... (Read More)

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